Girls lacrosse Top 20 profile: Ridge upset in SCT semis, preps for state tourney run

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Analysis:’Ridge was knocked out of the Somerset County Tournament in the semifinals, for the second straight year, in a dramatic, down-to-the-wire game against Pingry. That loss may sting, but Ridge will still have a chance to remedy it with a deep run in the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 4 state tournament which would ultimately mean a meeting with No. 1-ranked Ridgewood in the sectional final.

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Westmoreland baseball, softball teams strive to maintain perfect records

Mt. Pleasant starting pitcher Carolyn Alincic throws against Punxsutawney during PIAA 4-A softball semifinal Monday, June 11, 2018 at St. Francis, Pa.

Penn-Trafford pitcher Morgan Hilty (left) celebrates with catcher Carlee Lamacz after defeating Latrobe on Wednesday.

Publisher: Trib HSSN
Date: 2019-04-11T21:54:35-04:00
Author: Tim Benz
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Youthful Eagles break through for first lacrosse state crown – Loudoun Times

Freedom players douse head coach Richard DeSomma with water following a dramatic 9-8 victory against previously undefeated Atlee in the Virginia Class 5 girls’ lacrosse championship game.–Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

Rachael Bean’s final official act as a high school athlete was scoring the game-winning goal that won the Virginia Class 5 girls’ lacrosse state championship for the Freedom Eagles.

With 2:10 left in a back-and-forth, seesaw tussle June 9 versus previously unbeaten Atlee at Deep Run High School in Glen Allen – a game featuring seven ties and three lead changes – Bean suddenly found herself alone by the side of the net when Emily Maier’s cross-crease pass out of traffic came right to her.

Date: Jason S. Rufner, Special to the Times-Mirror
Author: Jason S Rufner Special to the Times Mirror
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Dacula girls soccer stays course in Mill Creek grad Colleen Foy’s first season

Coaches Colleen Foy, center, and Brooke Bortles are shown during Dacula’s girls soccer game at Lanier High School on March 28 at Lanier. (Staff Photo: Taylor Denman)

Michaela English lines up teammates during Dacula’s girls soccer game at Lanier High School this season. (Staff Photo: Taylor Denman)

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